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Van Dyck
Van Dyck
Gritsai, Natalia
¥38.85
安东尼·凡·代克(Anthony Van Dyck,1599-1641)在年近十六岁之时就有了自己的第一个工作室,从那时起他便在艺术界堪称传奇人物。荷兰著名画家鲁宾斯(Rubens)是代克的启蒙导师,他评价代克为自己最有才华的学生。代克之后成为了英格兰和西班牙著名的宫廷画家,也算是不辱才华之名。历史学家、学者和艺术爱好者也欣赏他的作品的复杂精妙和永恒之美。在这本引人入胜的小册子是凡·代克那几十年的艺术生涯的缩影,娜塔莉亚(Natalia Gritsai)将凡·代克一生最杰出的作品奉献给了读者。
Seurat
Seurat
Cousturier, Lucie
¥38.85
乔治·修拉(1859-1891)因点描绘帆布画的复杂精细而闻名于世,他将艺术和科学精妙地结合,创造了世人瞩目的成果。修拉那错综复杂的绘画需要好几年才能完成,给观赏者带来的是一场科学的复杂性和视觉的震撼性的华美盛宴。他的《大碗岛的星期天下午》(Un Dimanche Après-Midi à l’le de la Grande Jatte)是二十世纪艺术中最为珍贵和杰出的作品之一。Klaus H.Carl 给读者们带来的是修拉点描绘画杰作背后那些详尽的科学技巧,惊鸿一瞥,但足饱眼福。
Auguste Rodin
Auguste Rodin
Rilke, Rainer Maria
¥69.54
Influenced by the masters of Antiquity, the genius of Michelangelo and Baroque sculpture, particularly of Bernini, Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) is one of the most renowned artists in history. Though Rodin is considered a founder of modern sculpture, he did not set out to critique past classical traditions. Many of his sculptures were criticised and considered controversial because of their sensuality or hyperrealist qualities. His most original works departed from traditional themes of mythology and allegory, and embraced the human body, celebrating individualism and physicality. This book uncovers the life and career of this highly acclaimed artist by exploring his most famous works of art, such as the Gates of Hell, The Thinker and the infamous The Kiss.
Francisco Goya
Francisco Goya
Sarah Carr-Gomm
¥31.47
Astudy of Francisco Goya’s life and work appears to present many contradictions. For nearly forty years Goya was the principal painter at court and he recorded the glittering wealth of the Spanish nobility. At the same time, in one of the least enlightened countries in Europe, Goya was a liberal thinker. He was a tireless commentator on the social conditions of his age. He hated authority in any form, be it priest, soldier or official, and above all he hated those who exploited the helpless. He was concerned with the floating population, with criminals and prostitutes, and by the crippling poverty that resulted from the injustices of an uneven distribution of wealth. The court must have been ignorant of his criticism or blind to his cries of protest.
Egon Schiele
Egon Schiele
Esther Selsdon,Jeanette Zwingenberger
¥31.47
In 1964, Oskar Kokoschka evaluated the first great Schiele Exhibition in London as “pornographic”. In the age of discovery of modern art and loss of “subject”, Schiele responded that for him there existed no modernity, only the “eternal”. Schiele's world shrank into portraits of the body, locally and temporally non-committal. Self-discovery is expressed in an unrelenting revelation of himself as well as of his models. The German art encyclopedia, compiled by Thieme and Becker, described Schiele as an eroticist because Schiele's art is an erotic portrayal of the human body. Futhermore, Schiele studied both male and female bodies. His models express an incredible freedom with respect to their own sexuality, self-love, homosexuality or voyeurism, as well as skillfully seducing the viewer.
Paul Gauguin
Paul Gauguin
Victoria Charles
¥31.47
On 8 May 1903, having lost a futile and fatally exhausting battle with colonial officials, threatened with a ruinous fine and an imprisonment for allegedly instigating the natives to mutiny and slandering the authorities, after a week of acute physical sufferings endured in utter isolation, an artist who had devoted himself to glorifying the pristine harmony of Oceania’s tropical nature and its people died. There is bitter irony in the name given by Gauguin to his house at Atuona – “Maison du Jouir” (House of Pleasure) – and in the words carved on its wood reliefs, Soyez amoureuses et vous serez heureuses (Be in love and you will be happy) and Soyez mystérieuses (Be mysterious). After receiving news of the death of their old enemy, the bishop and the brigadier of gendarmes – the pillars of the local colonial regime – hastened to demonstrate their fatherly concern for the salvation of the sinner’s soul by having him buried in the sanctified ground of a Catholic cemetery. Only a small gr
Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh
Victoria Charles
¥31.47
在向日葵之上,在鸢尾花之外,在加谢医生的肖像背后,有一个男人——梵高。他敏感脆弱,他天赋异禀,从1853年出生到1890年去世这几十年的岁月里,后印象主义画家梵高用他的创造力和技巧塑造了十九世纪绘画的概念。他成为了表现主义、野兽派和现代艺术的先驱。但是今天,梵高成为了备受疾病折磨的画家的象征,受制于他人,更受制于自己。在这本著作中,作者从梵高的书信和绘画入手,探索色彩的新的表现方式。传奇总是与平庸并存,伟大的艺术天才也总会遭遇现实的繁琐。
Art of India
Art of India
Vincent Arthur Smith
¥35.68
如果“爱之宫”或者说泰姬陵是印度艺术的象征,这决不可能是唯一的代表。印度艺术高雅、辉煌,受波斯和欧洲的影响,在建筑和艺术领域也有与装饰艺术相媲美的盛誉。
Art of India
Art of India
Smith, Vincent Arthur
¥38.85
如果“爱之宫”或者说泰姬陵是印度艺术的象征,这决不可能是唯一的代表。印度艺术高雅、辉煌,受波斯和欧洲的影响,在建筑和艺术领域也有与装饰艺术相媲美的盛誉。
Canaletto
Canaletto
Octave Uzanne
¥35.68
乔凡尼安东尼奥康纳尔(Venetian Giovanni Antonio Canal),通常被叫做卡纳莱托(Canaletto,1697-1768)受父亲的影响进入了绘画和透视的世界。他是一位剧院的装修师,他的城市景观图最为有名。当时的业余爱好者从意大利旅行归来后,也带回了他们的城市绘画。卡纳莱托成为了巴洛克时代西罗尼希玛的化身。卡纳莱托在绘画中注重隔开不同位面,他也是这一技巧的先驱人物,他以精确的细节装饰绘画。为了更好地强调距离,卡纳莱托层用一架针孔照相机把摄得的画面投影到幕布上,然后在幕布上精确地描绘出风景。卡纳莱托的绘画是静态的,利用线条的准确性和调色板的不同色调,在他手中创造了艺术*美丽的全景图。 在这本引人入胜、内容丰富的著作中,Octave Uzanne激发了读者对于这位十七世纪的不同寻常的威尼斯画家的热情。
Top 5 Masterpieces vol 1
Top 5 Masterpieces vol 1
Carl, Klaus H.
¥31.08
Ever since the ancient greeks sculpted the first kouros, children have been a source of inspiration for some of the world’s greatest artists. Whether portraits of their own children, friends, and family members, or a nostalgic psychological portrayal of the artist’s own youth, depictions of children in art remain arresting examples of an intersection between the picturesque innocence of childhood and the methodical work of adult artistry. In this delightful new puzzle book, children get a chance to see little boys and girls just like them as portrayed by great artists, learning about how children grew up throughout history while experiencing a genuine connection with works of artistic genius.
Lempicka
Lempicka
Patrick Bade
¥35.68
Tamara de Lempicka created some of the most iconic images of the twentieth century. Her portraits and nudes of the years 1925-1933 grace the dust jackets of more books than the work of any other artist of her time. Publishers understand that in reproduction, these pictures have an extraordinary power to catch the eye and kindle the interest of the public. In recent years, the originals of the images have fetched record sums at Christie’s and Sotheby’s. Beyond the purchasing power of most museums, these paintings have been eagerly collected by film and pop stars.
Remington
Remington
Emerson Hough,Frederic Remington
¥35.68
After the New World had been settled by European immigrants landing on America’s eastern coastline, the only direction to go was west. This new country contained untold fortunes, and drew adventurers who wished to explore this vast frontier, and settlers who longed to make it their own.
Russian Painting
Russian Painting
Peter Leek
¥35.68
At the time when Dionysius and his sons were active, ownership of icons became increasingly common. Previously nobles and merchants had begun the practice of displaying them in a place of honour in their homes, sometimes even in a special room, but now peasant families who could afford it also began to hang icons in a krasny ugol, or“beautiful corner”.
Munch
Munch
Ingles, Elisabeth
¥38.85
Edvard Munch, born in 1863, was Norway's most popular artist. His brooding and anguished paintings, based on personal grief and obsessions, were instrumental in the development of Expressionism. During his childhood, the death of his parents, his brother and sister, and the mental illness of another sister, were of great influence on his convulsed and tortuous art. In his works, Munch turned again and again to the memory of illness, death and grief. During his career, Munch changed his idiom many times. At first, influenced by Impressionism and Post-impressionism, he turned to a highly personal style and content, increasingly concerned with images of illness and death. In the 1892s, his style developed a ‘Synthetist' idiom as seen in The Scream (1893) which is regarded as an icon and the portrayal of modern humanity's spiritual and existential anguish. He painted different versions of it. During the 1890s Munch favoured a shallow pictorial space, and used it in his frequently frontal p
Gauguin
Gauguin
Brodskaya, Nathalia
¥27.20
Mega Square的《高更》邀请读者跟随这位绘画梦想家保罗·高更(Paul Gauguin)的色彩丰富的杰作,从法国到梦幻到充满异域风情的塔希提岛。这本书既收录了这位影响深远的画家的标志性作品,也收录了他一些鲜为人知的杰作,重点强调了高更著名的情色、原始的风格和色彩的灵动。对于高更的粉丝或者是还未发掘高更作品的艺术爱好者来说,这本方便丰富的小册子就是一份*的礼物。
Renoir
Renoir
Brodskaya, Nathalia
¥27.20
Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges on 25 February 1841. In 1854, the boy’s parents took him from school and found a place for him in the Lévy brothers’ workshop, where he was to learn to paint porcelain. Renoir’s younger brother Edmond had this to say this about the move: “From what he drew in charcoal on the walls, they concluded that he had the ability for an artist’s profession. That was how our parents came to put him to learn the trade of porcelain painter.” One of the Lévys’ workers, Emile Laporte, painted in oils in his spare time. He suggested Renoir makes use of his canvases and paints. This offer resulted in the appearance of the first painting by the future impressionist. In 1862 Renoir passed the examinations and entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and, simultaneously, one of the independent studios, where instruction was given by Charles Gleyre, a professor at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. The second, perhaps even the first, great event of this period in Renoir’s life was
Degas
Degas
Brodskaya, Nathalia
¥27.20
Degas was closest to Renoir in the impressionist’s circle, for both favoured the animated Parisian life of their day as a motif in their paintings. Degas did not attend Gleyre’s studio; most likely he first met the future impressionists at the Café Guerbois. He started his apprenticeship in 1853 at the studio of Louis-Ernest Barrias and, beginning in 1854, studied under Louis Lamothe, who revered Ingres above all others, and transmitted his adoration for this master to Edgar Degas. Starting in 1854 Degas travelled frequently to Italy: first to Naples, where he made the acquaintance of his numerous cousins, and then to Rome and Florence, where he copied tirelessly from the Old Masters. His drawings and sketches already revealed very clear preferences: Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Mantegna, but also Benozzo Gozzoli, Ghirlandaio, Titian, Fra Angelico, Uccello, and Botticelli. During the 1860s and 1870s he became a painter of racecourses, horses and jockeys. His fabulous p
Modigliani
Modigliani
Charles, Victoria
¥27.20
Modigliani (1884-1920) was a painter of great unhappiness in his native Italy and felt only sorrow in his adopted country of France. Out of this discontent came forth Modigliani’s original work, which was influenced by African art, the Cubists, and drunken nights in Montparnasse. His portrayal of women—sensual bodies, almost aggressive nudity, and mysterious faces—expresses their suffering and feelings of being unloved and unjustly disregarded. Modigliani died at the age of 36.
Mondrian
Mondrian
Calosse, Jp. A.
¥27.20
Piet Mondrian (1872-1944), who can be assigned to the school of classical modernism, was born in Amersfort, Netherlands. After studying in Amsterdam, he started his artist?s career in the impressionist style as a figure and landscape painter. His works from these years showed the influence of Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) and of Fauvism, a French school from the beginning of the 20th century. When he traveled to Paris in 1911, he discovered Pablo Picasso?s works (1881-1973) and, with that, Cubism. He thereafter became a pioneer of abstract painting in the Netherlands. From the 1920s on, his paintings show a vertical and horizontal composition that, combined with the oppositions of blue, yellow, red, and noncolored spaces, turned into his trademark. His art was very appreciated in New York, where he spent his last years. Mondrian was not only a painter but also an art theoretician and cofounder of the art school De Stijl.
Toulouse-Lautrec
Toulouse-Lautrec
Brodskaya, Nathalia
¥27.20
Lautrec studied with two of the most admired academic painters of the day, Léon Bonnat and Fernand Cormon. Lautrec’s time in the studios of Bonnat and Cormon had the advantage of introducing him to the nude as a subject. At that time life-drawing of the nude was the basis of all academic art training in nineteenth-century Paris. While still a student, Lautrec began to explore Parisian nightlife, which was to provide him with his greatest inspiration, and eventually undermined his health. Lautrec was an artist able to stamp his vision of the age in which he lived upon the imagination of future generations. Just as we see the English court of Charles I through the eyes of van Dyck and the Paris of Louis-Philippe through the eyes of Daumier, so we see the Paris of the 1890s and its most colourful personalities, through the eyes of Lautrec. The first great personality of Parisian nightlife whom Lautrec encountered – and a man who was to play an important role in helping Lautrec develop his
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